Monthly Archives: May 2011

June Newsletter

Spring has sprung and the first day of summer is upon us here in the high desert.  We are behind in our rattlesnake count this year due to the cool weather, but we are looking forward to catching up. 1775 … Continue reading

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On this Memorial Day….

As you enjoy the peace and freedom of our great nation, please pause a moment to remember those who gave all to preserve it.

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Reflective critique of 250 Pistol class of May 2011

Gunsite Academy                                                                                            May 24, 2011 Paulden, AZ Dear Mr. Mills, I offer the below reflective thinking for whatever purpose you may choose.  As a previous business owner, I was always hungry for such feedback but rarely received it.  As you … Continue reading

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NSSF Survey: 21 Findings About Modern Sporting Rifle Owners

Users Are Passionate about their AR-style Firearms NEWTOWN, Conn. — Owners of modern sporting rifles (MSR)–those rifles based on the AR platform–are among the most passionate gun owners. Most shoot their rifles often and wish they had time to shoot … Continue reading

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3 Minutes with a Gunsite Instructor

Ever wish you could have 3 minutes with a Gunsite instructor. Well, here’s three minutes with one of the best. Ed Stock was the first person I learned something from at Gunsite and I learn something from him every time … Continue reading

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SIMUNITION Instructor & Safety Class

Gunsite Academy 2900 West Gunsite Road Paulden, AZ 86334 IS PROUD TO HOST THE SIMUNITION® SCENARIO INSTRUCTOR AND SAFETY CLASS August 13-14, 2011 Does your organization have anyone factory certified? In today’s world of liability, problems are everywhere. You have … Continue reading

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Epiphanies, Thrills and Exhaustion

The Adventure That (Unexpectedly) Changed My Life What defines an awesome adventure? I always thought it was something that might be risky or dangerous; something undertaken purely for recreation, excitement or an adrenaline rush; something unusual, exotic or challenging; something … Continue reading

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May Newsletter

1775 This month, in 1775 Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain boys took Ft. Ticonderoga in upstate NY, one month after the battles of Lexington and Concord.  Allen was assisted by our very own Benedict Arnold in this endeavor.  Arnold … Continue reading

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